The heart of the South Pacific, Fiji is blessed with 333 tropical islands that are home to happiness.
Not far away, in the turquoise waters of the South Pacific, lie the Melanesian Islands of Fiji. Fiji is famed for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches, coral reefs in clear lagoons and traditional Fijian villages. It's the ideal vacation for honeymoon/anniversary couples, multi-generation families and groups looking for an unspoiled, exotic beauty with a blend of rich cultures.
Three of the most beautiful areas are Taveuni Island, The Yasawa Islands and Savusavu.
This is the place to go if you want to immerse yourself in nature.
You can choose between lush jungles, gorgeous beaches or tropical reefs. Cool off under a waterfall in the heart of the jungle or under the waves at famous dive sites.
The Bouma National Heritage Park is rich with hiking trails and wildlife including Kula Lorikeets and Orange Doves.
Marine life is equally abundant at the nearby Rainbow Reef and Somosomo Strait, where up close you will encounter colorful corals and over 1500 fish species.
There are 15 words in the Fijian language meaning Heaven and 'Yasawa' is the first. Set off the west coast of Viti Levu, the Yasawa Islands display unthinkable blue lagoons, postcard-prefect beaches and luxury Fiji resorts.
You won't find any shops or banks here; have you ever imagined an island paradise so perfect and private that the only footprints you’ll see in the sand are your own? Then look no further.
Visiting the islands was once limited to cruise ships, and passengers were forbidden to actually set foot on the Yasawa’s until the 1950s.
Fiji’s Hidden Paradise, located on Vanua Levu. Savusavu offers a full range of activities. Explore the volcanic hot springs and untouched rainforest of the Wasali Nature Reserve with hiking trails.
Roam the Flora Trocia Gardens with 250 species of palms, orchids, heliconia and much more.
Savusavu Bay is home to the world renowned J. Hunter Pearls as well as Fiji’s best luxury resort for families, Jean-Michele Cousteau Resort.
There is something for everyone in and around Savasuavu.